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Lely USA, Inc.

Industrial Broadcast Spreaders

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OPERATOR'S MANUAL
H/L1250/L1500/L2010

MODEL AND SERIAL NUMBER OF YOUR MACHINE The serial number plate is fitted to the chassis beam at the front of the spreader. In case of correspondence and ordering of spare parts, kindly state the complete serial number of your spreader. Complete the blanks below with this information to reference when calling. MODEL NO. ___________________________________ SERIAL NO. ___________________________________ DATE PURCHASED _____________________________
Ahe005-a 2005. All rights reserved. Nothing of this publication may be reproduced and/or published by printing, photocopying, microfilm or any other way without the prior written permission of LELY USA, INC.

TABLE OF CONTENTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 PREFACE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 WARRANTY CONDITIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 1 INTRODUCTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7 2 MOUNTING BEHIND THE TRACTOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9 3 TRANSPORT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10 4 MACHINE ADJUSTMENTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 4.1 Output rates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 4.1.1 Working width . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 4.1.2 Setting of output rates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 4.1.3 Check of output rate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13 4.2 Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14 4.2.1 Mechanical control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14 4.2.2 Hydraulic control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14 4.2.3 Calibration scale . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14 4.3 Fork/arm position . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15 4.4 Side/headland spreading . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16 4.4.1 Adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16 OUTPUT CHARTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17-23 5 OPERATING THE MACHINE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24 5.1 Full field operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..25 5.2 Double overlap . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25 5.3 Check of spreading width . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25 5.4 Check of output rate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26 5.5 Powdery fertilizers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27 5.6 Slag . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27 5.7 Seeds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27 6 MAINTENANCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28 6.1 Maintenance after operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28 6.2 Lubrication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28 6.3 Change of oil . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29 6.4 Safety decals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29 Supplements: A CONDENSED OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30 B CONDENSED APPLICATION RATES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31 C OPTIONAL EXTRAS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32 D TECHNICAL DETAILS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 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PREFACE
**You MUST read this manual fully prior to starting work.** Thank you for your decision to purchase a Lely Industrial Broadcast Spreader. The spreader has been designed and built to do the very best job possible under many application circumstances. This Operator's Manual is meant for personnel that are operating the spreader and are responsible for its daily maintenance. Following it carefully can greatly increase the performance and life of the spreader. The Dealer is required to confirm that an Operators Manual is with the spreader. Upon retail sale the Dealer shall review the Operators Manual and instruct the customer on SAFE operation and proper maintenance of the spreader. Your Dealer is authorized to service the spreader and is required to stock wear parts. If they are unable to help, please go to our web site and find the next closest dealer to you. www.lelyusa.com, LOCATOR or feel free to contact Lely at 888-245-4684.

Instructions for YOUR SAFETY and/or that of others are marked in the margin by a warning triangle with exclamation mark. These instructions should be observed with particular CARE & ATTENTION.

Instructions which may lead to serious machine damage in case of non-compliance or incorrect use are marked in the margin by an exclamation mark.

The machine described in this manual may contain components which do not form part of the standard equipment but are available as optional extras. This is not made clear in all cases, because standard specifications may differ from country to country. Furthermore, machines and optional extras may be adjusted to specific regional conditions while they are also subject to continuing research and innovation. For this reason, the specifications of your machine may not be exactly like the pictures in this manual.

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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
NEVER service spreader while in operation. Stop engine, Power Take-Off and moving parts before attempting to service, adjust, clean or lubricate the spreader. A careful operator is the best operator. Most accidents can and will be avoided by observing all precautions. Read and observe the following precautions before operating this Spreader. It will help PREVENT ACCIDENTS. Spreaders should be operated only by those who have read the Owners Manual, and are thus qualified to do so. Use the spreader only for the purpose for which it was designed. Follow all prevailing safety regulations, including those laid down in this manual and displayed on the spreader decals. The spreader should be operated by authorized persons only. Keep hands and feet CLEAR of unit while in operation. Be alert, OBSERVE and OBEY all safety/warning decals. Make sure that ALL safety guards and protective devices are in place. Do NOT wear loose clothing when operating the Power Take- Off or when near any moving parts. Release the pressure in hydraulic systems before starting work on them and before coupling/uncoupling hydraulic hoses. Keep other persons CLEAR of the dangerous zone or spread area while the spreader is in operation. Be sure that people are kept WELL AWAY from the spreader. This is especially important when working along roads and near or on fields that are accessible to the public. Always use a tractor with a cab. Clear the field of objects that could be thrown up by the spreader. Observe the prevailing legislation for public road transport of the spreader. Use flashing lights or safety signs, when required. Use protective clothing, gloves and safety glasses where required. If any liquid or granular chemicals are to be used in combination with this equipment, carefully read and follow all instructions and directions set forth by the manufacturer as stated on the label of the material. Clean the safety decals regularly so that they can be read at all times. Do not stand or ride on the spreader. Use genuine parts only. CAUTION: STOP THE PTO AND EJECTOR DISC BEFORE LEAVING THE TRACTOR OR VEHICLE TO CHANGE ANY SETTINGS OR FILLING THE SPREADER.

EXPLANATION OF SAFETY DECALS ATTACHED TO THE SPREADER.


Carefully read operator's manual before handling the machine. Observe instructions and safety rules when operating.

Attention! Moving parts. Stay clear of rotating machine parts.

WARNING
NEVER go near spreader during operation. CAUTION: STOP THE PTO AND EJECTOR DISC BEFORE LEAVING THE TRACTOR OR VEHICLE TO CHANGE ANY SETTINGS OR FILLING THE SPREADER. Danger from flying objects. Keep a sufficient, safe distance from the machine as long as the tractor motor is running.

NOTICE
1. PTO may have to be shortened to match the tractor. See Operators Manual. 2. PTO must be greased every four hours of operation at: A. Universal joints B. Telescoping tubes C. Protective shields D. Shear pin coupling

WARNING
Safety Shield Must Be In Place When PTO Is Turning.

BE ALERT! YOUR SAFETY IS INVOLVED! LIMITED WARRANTY CONDITIONS


Lely USA. Inc. (hereinafter Company) warrants all Lely single disc broadcast spreaders (hereinafter Spreader) for a period of two (2) years from the date delivered to the original purchaser against defective materials and/or workmanship. Any part or parts of the Spreader that in the Companys judgment shows evidence of such defects, will be repaired or replaced as the Company elects, without charge for parts or labor if the defect appears within the stated time. **Warranty shall NOT apply if spreader has not been properly registered. The CUSTOMER is SOLELY responsible for completing the Lely Customer Warranty Card located on the cover of this manual. No postage is required. A. Unapproved Service & Modification* All obligations of the Company under this warranty shall be terminated if: 1. Proper service and operation instructions as outlined in the Operators Manual are not followed. *Warranty SHALL NOT apply if operating instructions set forth in the manual have not been fully or correctly followed. 2. Equipment is modified or altered in any way not specifically approved by the Company. *Warranty SHALL NOT apply to spreaders that have been altered or modified in any way. 3. Serial number plate has been altered, defaced or removed. 4. Ownership is transferred from the original purchaser to any subsequent owner. B. Accidents & Normal Maintenance This warranty covers defective material and workmanship. It does not cover depreciation or damage caused by normal wear, accident, improper maintenance, improper protection, or improper use. The cost of normal maintenance and normal replacement of service items such as grease, oil, tires, tubes, spoons, tines, hoses, etc., shall be paid by the purchaser. Any items considered for warranty, but not manufactured by the Company, will be forwarded by Lely to the original manufacturer for their warranty determination. C. Warranty Service To obtain warranty service, the purchaser MUST contact their LOCAL authorized Lely Dealer. At the Companys request such parts are to be returned prepaid to Lely USA for inspection and final warranty determination.

D. No Representation or Implied Warranty Neither the Company, nor any company affiliated with Lely, makes any warranties, representation, or promises, expressed or implied, as to the quality or performance of its products other than those set forth above and does not make any implied warranty of merchantability or fitness. E. Remedies Exclusive The only remedies the purchaser has in conjunction with the breach, or performance of any warranty on any spreader manufactured by the Company are those set forth above. F. General 1. The Company reserves the right to make improvements or changes in its equipment at any time without obligation of the Company to install such improvements or changes on equipment previously manufactured by the Company. 2. Neither the Dealer nor the Company personnel have authority to make any representations or promises on behalf of the Company or to modify the terms of limitations in this warranty in any way. 3. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights, which vary from state to state.

1 INTRODUCTION
The LELY fertilizer spreader model HR (fig. 1) is unrivaled because of its outstanding accuracy of spread, forced flow of fertilizer and the unique Lely spreading pattern, tailing off towards the edges. The Lely ejector disc is the hub of the unique LELY spreading mechanism. Due to the special shape of the ejector disc with the long spoons made of stainless steel in conjunction with the feedring assembly, a unique spreading mechanism is achieved. The rotating bottom plate carries the fertilizer in a rotating movement, as a result of which fertilizer material is pushed from the center to the outer edge. Due to the forced and consistent feed of fertilizer, blockage of the outlets is almost eliminated. 1

The LELY fertilizer spreader model L1250 (fig. 2) is also provided with the unique LELY spreading mechanism. Not just fertilizers, but also seeds, grains, and sand can be spread with this type of spreader. For the application of powdery fertilizers an agitator is available. 2

The LELY fertilizer spreaders L1500 and L2010 (fig. 3) are perfectly suited for fast application of fertilizers on larger areas. The hopper of the single-disc spreader can be tilted backwards enabling the spreading mechanism to be cleaned quickly and easily.

The major characteristics of LELY fertilizer spreaders are: a simple yet rugged construction, reliability, easy control and an excellent spreading pattern. The ample overlap of the slanting spreading pattern ensures an effective link-up with the preceding pass (Fig 4). Fertilizer is forced towards the gates of the feedring by the rotating ejector disc, actually the bottom of the hopper. This forced movement of fertilizer ensures a constant flow towards the ejector disc. The application of granular fertilizers, turf seeds or grains is within the machine's capability. When fitted with an agitator, the models HR and L1250 can also be used for spreading powdery fertilizers, slags, lime or salt/sand.

Fertilizer grains may be ejected at high speeds. Keep this in mind when you are spreading over soft crops or near public areas.

2 MOUNTING BEHIND THE TRACTOR


The distance between the ground and the bottom side of the ejector disc should be approx. 20 or 50 cm (fig. 5). HORIZONTAL. Adjust the tractor lever arms at an equal height. Measure the distance on either side of the machine from the same point of the ejector disc to ground level. Adjust spindle arms if needed. Repeat this measurement at the front and rear of the ejector disc. Adjust toplink if needed.**These distances must be equal (tilt toward back for spreading powdery fertilizer types). Fit the lever arms to the fertilizer spreader by means of Cat. I or II linkage pins (fig. 6). Mount the tractor's top link to the machine with the aid of a Cat. II top link pin. Fix the top link on the tractor side in the highest position. Secure the tractor's lever arms by means of stabilization chains or rods to prevent the machine from making lateral movements (swinging to the side). Attach the PTO shaft to the tractor PTO. Check the PTO shaft for smooth telescoping. If the PTO shaft is too long or is working under too sharp an angle, DAMAGE may be caused to the PTO shaft or GEAR BOX. Before attaching the PTO shaft for the first time, or when using another tractor, the minimum and maximum overlap should be checked. Refer to the instructions supplied with the PTO. The minimum clearance between outer tubes and universal joint must be at least 4. The minimum overlap of drive and guard tubes must also be 4. Fit the safety chain of the guard tube to a solid part of the tractor. If the machine is equipped with mechanical control of the feed mechanism, run the control rope and handle into the tractor cab (fig. 7). If the machine is fitted with a hydraulic control of the feed mechanism, connect the hydraulic hose to a single acting tractor spool valve (fig. 8). 7

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2.1 Dismounting from the tractor


Lower the machine onto the ground by means of the tractor hydraulics, or place it on a solid support (a pallet). Switch off the tractor engine. Separate the PTO shaft from the tractor PTO, and place it in/on the hook. Remove the control rope from the tractor cab. Disconnect the hydraulic hose, if any. Detach the top link from the fertilizer spreader. Detach the lower arms from the fertilizer spreader.

2.2 Operation
Refer to Spreading Tables with directions for calibration of the machine 4.0 (p. 18-23).

2.3 Cleaning
Easy cleaning of the machine will be can be done by removing or tilting the hopper. HR & L1250 to remove the hopper, the arm or fork of the feedring must be taken out of its hole and rotated away. Then release the hopper latch, and by slightly lifting the rear of the hopper, tilt it backwards. After this the feedring can be taken off. L1500 & L2010 release latch on each side. Tilt hopper up and secure with hood style holder.

3 TRANSPORT
HR & L type models: The fertilizer spreader can be transported in the tractor's 3-point lift. Apply all lighting and warning signals that are required by law. For transport on public roads care should be taken that the front axle pressure is sufficient (fit front weights, if necessary) and that the maximum rear axle pressure is not exceeded. The tractor is easier to control when the hopper is empty. It is therefore recommended to fill the hopper after arrival in the area to be worked. This also eliminates compacting of fertilizer that may occur during transport.

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4 MACHINE ADJUSTMENTS 4.1 Output rates


The output rate is determined by the feedring assembly, the working width, forward speed and PTO speed. The correct position of the calibration scale on the feedring assembly can be determined by means of output rate charts. The quantities listed in the output charts are approximate. Due to variable factors, such as grain courseness or fineness, density or specific gravity of the fertilizer, or humidity, etc., the effective output may differ from the value listed in the chart. It is therefore advisable to check the output. The spreading tables indicate average values only. For more information on output rates, it is recommended to consult Output Rate Charts for LELY fertilizer spreaders H/L1250/L1500/L2010 at the end of this section.

4.1.1 Working width


An effective overlap of spreading patterns is obtained if the working width is about 3/4 or .77 of the spreading width (fig. 9). For most types of granular fertilizer the spreading width is approx. 52 ft (16 m) at a PTO output of 425 rpm. At a maximum PTO speed of 540 the quantity distributed is about 10% less and spreading width will change. The corrected working width is then .77 x 52 ft (16m) = 40 ft (12m).

Working Width

Spreading Width

4.1.2 Setting of output rates


Fertilizer outputs per acre depend upon: working width, forward speed, type of fertilizer, and the position of the stop on the calibration scale. Stop positions for output rates required can be established by consulting the output rate charts at the end of section 4. The quantities listed in the output charts are approximate. Size, shape, mix, and weight of the fertilizer grains may vary according to the fertilizer brand and/or production batch. It is therefore recommended to check the output rate according to "4.1.3 Check of output rate" included in this manual. CAUTION: STOP THE PTO AND EJECTOR DISC BEFORE LEAVING THE TRACTOR OR VEHICLE TO CHANGE ANY SETTINGS OR FILLING THE SPREADER.

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Example I: Fertilizer: coarse granular Required output rate: 400 lb/acre Working width = 40 ft (12 m) Forward speed = 3.5 mph

The output chart for coarse fertilizers indicates that position 7 of the calibration stop (fig. 10) gives an output of 365 lb/acre, while an output of 445 lb/acre is obtained at setting 8. An intermediate position will have to be used.
B

The output difference between positions 7 and 8 is 445 - 365 = 80 lb/acre. Each consecutive intermediate position accounts for an increase in output of approx. 1/4 x 80 lb/acre.

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POSITION 7 365

Intermediate Positions B C 405 425

POSITION 8 445

385

The second intermediate position B gives the closest approximation of the output required. It is possible to operate at a working width other than the one listed in the output rate charts. When using another working width, the operator should adjust the PTO rpm so that the spreading width is 4/3 the planned working width. Attention! PTO speed should never exceed 540 rpm. Example II: Planned working width 50 ft (15 m) Spreading width should be 4/3 x 50 = 66 ft (20 m) The output rate setting can be inferred from the chart as follows: Output required x working width = setting value Working width as per chart The position of the calibration stop is determined according to this setting value.

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Example III: Output required = 375 lb/acre Planned working width: 50 ft (15 m) Chart is valid for 40 ft (12 m) working width Forward speed = 3.5 mph 50 40

Setting value = 375 x

= 469 lb/acre

Chart: output rate for position 8 is 445 lb/acre, position 9 gives 485 lb/acre. The second intermediate position gives the closest approximation of the setting value. When operating at a working width other than the one listed in the chart, do not fail to carry out a check of the output rate at this working width.

4.1.3 Check of output rate


The effective output rate can be calculated as follows. Spread a weighed quantity of fertilizer. At the working width and speed which will be used throughout the operation. Measure the distance covered. Calculate the output/acre as follows: Output rate x 43,560 Distance (ft) x working width (ft) Example: Output rate = 200 lbs. Output required = 400 lb/acre Distance covered = 576 ft ( 175 m) Working width = 40 ft (12 m) 200 x 43,560 576 x 40 = 378 lb/acre = lb/acre

In order to obtain the output required, the feedring assembly should be adjusted to a higher position.

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REMARKS If tractor wheel slip occurs, the quantity spread per acre will increase. The correct calibration and correct distribution pattern are only obtained when fertilizer reaches the ejector disc through the three gates of the feedring. Any multi-sized/ density material and leakage must be adjusted for. The feedring gates should not be altered in any way. The Agitator (2320104600) should NOT be used when spreading granular fertilizer.

4.2 Control 4.2.1 Mechanical control


The feed assembly can be closed and opened by pulling the control rope to the point of locking and pulling again to unlock the spreading mechanism. The spring A (fig. 11) opens the gates (position I is the standard position) after the spreading mechanism is unlocked. If a fertilizer that causes friction on the feedring is applied, the tension spring (A) may be moved to the outer hole (II) of the lever (fig. 11).

I II

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4.2.2 Hydraulic control


A feed assembly that is actuated by a hydraulic control is closed and opened by briefly pressurizing and depressurizing the ram. Each time the ram is actuated, the feed assembly is alternately locked and unlocked.

4.2.3 Calibration scale


B

The degree of gate opening and, hence, the output rate is determined by the position of the indicator on the calibration scale (fig. 12). Indicator settings are possible from 0 up to and including 10 by adjusting the stop A. In between the positions on the calibration scale there are three intermediate positions. When locking the stop, make sure that the teeth B are meshed into the underside of the scale.

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4.3 Fork/arm position


When starting the spreading operation, check for equal application on the left and right side. Adjust if necessary. The position of the spreading pattern behind the spreader is determined by the position of the feedring assembly (fork/arm position) When the fork is turned clockwise, the spreading pattern will move to the left, when viewed in the direction of travel or froom behind the tractor. By adjusting the fork, a symmetrical pattern behind the tractor can be ensured. A general rule of thumb is: the coarser the material to be spread, the higher the fork setting (fig. 13 & 14).

Material Lime, slags Lime nitrate 40% Granulars Cereals/rice

Fork setting 4-6 IV 7-9 III 10-15 I & II 13-19 I & Rice

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The correct position of the feedring assembly should be determined by experiment. The spreading pattern should be centrally located behind the broadcaster. Place the fork in one of the positions listed above by way of guideline. If, for example, the spreading pattern deviates to the right, this can be corrected by moving the fork of the feedring one hole to the left. Positions 20 24 are used for side or headland spreading. For further details please refer to "4.4.1 Adjustment for side/headland spreading". Differences in size and weight of various fertilizers, grains or seeds may cause the spreading pattern to not be centrally behind the broadcaster.

24 23 22 21 20 V IV ------ lime & slags III ------ potash 40% II grains/large I ----Central Spreading

Side Spreading

Grains/Rice

granulars/small/fine

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4.4 Side/Headland spreading 4.4.1 Adjustment


The fork of the feedring assembly should be set in position 20 24 (fig. 15). Move it in a clockwise direction to a suitable hole in the sideplate to obtain side delivery. Select position 20 22 for powdery fertilizers. Select position 22 24 for coarsely granulated fertilizers. Select position 21 23 for the remaining materials. Spreading takes place from the tractor wheel track towards the side area. The side/headland spreading pass should be carried out at a distance from the side of 2/3 (.67) full field working width. Check correct position of spreading pattern, on the left side behind the spreader (fig. 16). Adjust, if necessary by means of a different fork/arm hole position. The fertilizer or other material has to remain just within the side area desired. If necessary, adjust your PTO rpm in order to ensure that the spreading pattern just reaches the edge of the turf or field. The output rate for side/headland spreading should be 40% of the quantity required during regular turf or field application. Subsequent runs are then carried out in the normal manner with the full feed rate and the feedring set to spread centrally (fig 17). Example: Output required = 400 lb/acre Forward speed = 3.5 mph Working width = 40 ft (12 m) The tractor wheel track for the side/headland pass is situated at 2/3 (.67) of the 40 ft working width = 26 ft (8 m) from the side. The output rate has to be adjusted at 40% of 400 lb/acre = 160 lb/acre. From the chart for coarse granular it can be inferred that the indicator should be adjusted to position 5. CAUTION: STOP THE PTO AND EJECTOR DISC BEFORE LEAVING THE TRACTOR OR VEHICLE TO CHANGE ANY SETTINGS OR FILLING THE SPREADER.
Pattern side-delivery Total spreading pattern

20 21 22 23 24

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S K = side/headland spreading S = first pass full field

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7 ft.

Normal spreading pattern

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OUTPUT CHARTS
H/L1250/L1500/L2010
Attention! PTO is not allowed to exceed 540 r.p.m. Check working rate rate. The effective output rate can be checked as follows. - Spread a measured quantity of fertilizer. Set the working width and speed that will be used afterwards, during the operation. - Measure the distance covered. - Calculate the output/acre as follows: Quantity spread x 43,560 Distance (ft) x working width (ft) = lb/acre Establish the setting value with which the indicator position can be determined. The output setting can be inferred from the chart as follows: Output required x working width = setting value Working width as per chart By means of this setting value, the indicator position should be established.

Select the forward speed and working width for your operation.

Consult the chart to establish the position of the indicator to go with the output required.

Example: Fertilizer = calcium ammonium nitrate (course granulars) Output required = 400 lbs/acre Working width = 40 ft Forward speed = 3.5 mph

From Chart 1 for coarse granulars it can be seen that the output is 365 lbs/acre at position 7 and 445 lbs/acre at position 8. Example: Output required = 375 lbs/acre Planned working width = 50 ft Chart valid for 40 ft working width Forward speed = 3.5 mph Setting value = 375 x 50 40 = 469 lb/acre

An intermediate position will have to be used.

The output difference between positions 7 and 8 is (445 - 365 =) 80 lb/acre.

Example: Quantity spread = 200 lbs Output required = 400 lbs/acre Distance covered = 576 ft Working width = 40 ft 200 x 43,560 576 x 40 = 378 lbs/acre

Each consecutive intermediate position accounts for an increase in output of approx. 1/4 x 80 lbs/acre.
POSITION 8 445

Chart: position 8 gives 445 lbs/acre, position 9 gives 485 lbs/acre. The second intermediate position gives the closest approximation of the setting value. The spreading width should be 4/3 x 50 = 67 ft. Step up the PTO r.p.m. until this width will be achieved. When using another working width than the one listed in the chart, always carry out an output check.

POSITION 7 425

Intermediate Positions A B C

365

385

405

In this case the feed assembly should be adjusted to a higher position in order to obtain the output required. The use of an agitator will stimulate the flow of powdery fertilizers. This agitator should only be used in the H and L1250 models. Because the L1500 and L2010 are less suited to the application of powdery fertilizer materials.

The second intermediate position gives the closest approximation to the output required.

Working width required differs from the chart. Adjust your PTO r.p.m. in such a way that the spreading width is approx. 4/3 planned working width.

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Attention! The charts provide planned values for the output rates. Effective rates may differ from chart values due to a variety of factors including granular roughness, specific gravity of fertilizers, humidity, etc. It is therefore recommended that an output rate check be carried out.

CALIBRATION TABLE FOR CEREALS AND SEEDS


swinging arm setting * control setting width of effective spread in feet 23 23 46 10 10 13 36 40
24 23 22 21 20 Central Spreading

Sort of Seed

type of feedring

amount of seed sown in lbs/acre 13 10 64 30 30 17 58 13

S S F S F F F F I I I II V III II II 4 3 4 10 3 5 4 3

Side Spreading

V IV ------ lime & slags III ------ potash 40% II grains/large I -----

}
Grains/Rice

F F S S F F F S S F I II I IX II IV IV IX I IV 3 2 1/2 1 7 5 3 1/2 3 3 3 1/2 5 46 26 20 30 40 10 13 30 23 16 10 46 42 16 52 30 16 40 46 11 64 84 19 80 22 15 38 120 4 4 4 1/2 3 5 2 1/2 4 3 6 V II I III X II II I I

Alfalfa Alsike clover Barley Blue grass Blue grass Brome grass Buckwheat Sugar, Cane or Sorghum Corn Flax Ladino clover Millet Oats Orchard grass Pasture mixture Rape Red clover Red/Creeping Fescue Red top Rice Rye Rye grass Soy beans Sudan grass Timothy Vetch Wheat 11 33 7 36 74 20 18 6 10 30

granulars/small/fine

S F F F F S F F F

S = special set of feedrings for sowing small seeds F = standard type feedrings as for fertilizer * = for these setting see fig. 14

Note: When using a very small quantity of seed, it is recommended that potash or sand be mixed with the seed.

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OUTPUT CHART #1
for Standard Feedring Assembly
1 19

COARSE GRANULARS
(compounds, calcium ammonium nitrate, etc.)

WORKING WIDTH: 40 ft
Spreading width: approx. 52 ft

PTO output: approx. 425/min

Position feed assembly 10-15

FORWARD SPEED (miles/h)


Quantities in lbs/acre

2 2.5 3 3.5 4 5 6 40 80 145 215 365 520 565 710 590 445 485 505 320 390 420 445 120 175 260 310 335 355 65 100 145 215 260 285 295 50 55 95 25 65 110 170 250 30 75 130 195 285 425 35 90 155 230 345 515 625 675 20 45 115 195 290 430 645 780 845 890

7 35 55 80 125 185 220 240 255

8 30 50 75 105 160 195 215 220

9 25 40 65 100 145 175 185 195

Indicator Stop

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

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OUTPUT CHART #2
for Standard Feedring Assembly (calcium nitrite, prills, etc.)
1 19

FINE GRANULARS

WORKING WIDTH: 40 ft
Spreading width: approx. 52 ft

PTO output: approx. 425/min

Position feed assembly 10-15

FORWARD SPEED (miles/h)


Quantities in lbs/acre

2 2.5 3 3.5 4 5 6 20 55 120 240 355 540 760 815 850 650 705 730 475 570 615 640 190 285 375 455 495 510 100 160 240 315 380 410 425 25 65 35 80 155 25 35 95 180 275 405 25 45 110 205 320 470 625 35 50 135 250 385 570 755 915 985 40 65 170 310 485 710 940

7 45 90 135 205 270 325 350 365

8 40 80 120 175 235 285 305 320

9 40 70 105 155 210 255 270 285

Indicator Stop

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1140 9 1230

10 1280 1025

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OUTPUT CHART #3
for Standard Feedring Assembly
1 19

POTASSIUM SALT 40%

WORKING WIDTH: 20 ft
Spreading width: approx. 26 ft

PTO output: approx. 425/min

Position feed assembly 7-9

FORWARD SPEED (miles/h)


Quantities in lbs/acre

2 2.5 3 3.5 4 5 6 25 60 115 150 255 390 520 710 585 335 445 505 220 290 385 440 90 120 175 235 310 355 50 75 100 145 195 260 295 30 40 75 40 85 130 170 50 100 150 200 290 60 120 180 240 350 470 620 80 150 225 300 440 585 780 885

7 20 45 60 85 125 170 220 255

8 35 55 75 110 145 190 215

9 35 50 70 100 130 175 195

Indicator Stop

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

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OUTPUT CHART #4
for Standard Feedring Assembly
1 19

SLAGS + 6% water

WORKING WIDTH: 16 ft
Spreading width: approx. 22 ft

PTO output: approx. 425/min

Position feed assembly 4-6

FORWARD SPEED (miles/h)


Quantities in lbs/acre

2 2.5 3 3.5 4 5 20 70 125 240 365 535 735 915 955 460 630 785 820 320 400 555 690 715 190 260 325 440 550 570 30 85 160 35 100 180 275 35 115 210 320 425 90 135 250 385 515 640 885 55 170 310 480 645 805

6 55 100 160 215 270 370 460 480

7 45 90 135 185 230 315 395 410

8 40 80 120 160 200 280 345 355

9 40 70 105 145 180 245 305 320

Indicator Stop

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1105

8 1375 1100 9 1435 1145 10 1455 1165

965

835

725

580

485

415

365

325

OUTPUT CHART #5 COARSE GRANULARS


(compounds, calcium ammonium nitrate, etc.)
1 19

for Mass Feedring Assembly

WORKING WIDTH: 40 ft
Spreading width: approx. 52 ft

PTO output: approx. 425/min

Position feed assembly 10-15

FORWARD SPEED (miles/h)


Quantities in lbs/acre

2 2.5 3 3.5 4 5 6 65 170 320 575 785 950 460 625 760 265 380 520 635 20 80 200 30 100 255 395 35 110 290 455 655 895 35 130 335 525 760 45 155 400 640 915 55 195 505 795

7 55 145 225 330 450 525 -

8 50 125 200 285 395 475 -

9 40 110 180 255 350 420 -

Indicator Stop

1 2 3 4 5 1145 6 1565 1255 1045

7 1900 1520 1260 1085 8 9 10

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5 Operating the machine


Granular fertilizer may be ejected at high speeds, leading to injuries and damage of soft crops. High Speed Fertilizer: do not allow people or animals to approach a spreader in operation within a radius of 100 ft (30 m). Reduce the spreading width when spreading over easily damaged crops! Stop the tractor engine before leaving the cab. Do not allow anyone to come near the machine while the discs are still rotating. First carry out the check and maintenance duties if the spreader is newly put into use. For more details refer to "6 Maintenance".

At user's choice, side/headland or full spreading may be carried out first (fig. 18). In the diagram below you will see the effects of successive passes working away from the side of a plot. The first pass is to the side only. Each following pass moves to the right to overlap the preceding pass. See table below.

K R S K = side spreading R = working width S = first pass full field

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Working Width R 16 20 40 50

Distance from plot side (ft)


Side Spreading First Pass

K = .67 x R 10.5 13 26 33

S 14 17 34.5 42.5

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5.1 Full field operation


It is up to you to start with side/headland spreading or with a full field operation. For full field spreading circular passes are preferred to driving up and down (fig. 19). When driving circular passes, spreading differences will be compensated by the next run or adjoining spreading pattern. When driving up and down on turf applications, spreading differences are increased. It is important to know your Working Width and ensure proper overlap to compensate for the greater deviation that occurs using this method.
S K

5.2 Double overlap


If a particularly accurate spreading pattern is required, double overlap spreading can be carried out. Half the normal working width is then used. Carry out spreading all over the plot by driving up and down (fig. 20). As spreading is effectively carried out twice, the feed assembly has to be set at half the output required. Example: Output required = 400 lb/acre Normal working width = 40 ft (12 m) When applying double overlap: drive up and down with a 20 ft (6 m) distance between the passes. Set feedring assembly at an output of 200 lb/acre. Sometimes it is desirable to double the quantity spread per acre. Use a working width 1/2 the normal working width and following the above Double Overlap pattern. Do not adjust feedring output. Spreading round and round is preferable to spreading up and down when it comes to accurate distribution.
S K

K = side spreading S = first pass full field

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K = side spreading S = full field spreading

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5.3 Check of spreading width


An effective link-up of spreading patterns is obtained if the working width is 3/4 (.77) of the spreading width (fig. 9). If there is a substantial difference, the following checks should be carried out: - the working width was measured correctly; - correct working height of the spreader 20 (50cm) (fig. 21); - damage or wear and tear of spinner discs, spoons or feed device; - the correct output chart was used. There may also be differences (grain shape, size, and weight) between the fertilizer applied and the material used during spreading tests for establishing the output charts (information could be from another quality or brand).
20

21

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5.4 Check of output rate


The quantities listed in the output charts are approximate. Size, shape and weight of the granular may vary according to the fertilizer brand and/or production batch. The effective output may also be affected by other circumstances (for example, humidity). It is therefore recommended to check the rate of output. Or else the following procedure can be applied. - Put a weighed-out quantity of fertilizer in the hopper. - This quantity should cover a distance of at least 300 ft ( 91 m). - Empty the hopper by operating at the required forward speed. - Measure the distance of the fertilizer application. - Weigh the remainder of fertilizer in the hopper (if hopper has not been emptied). - Determine the output of fertilizer per acre by means of the formula below: 43,560 x output (lb) = lb/acre working width (ft) x length covered (ft) Example Fertilizer spreader filled with 150 lb fertilizer. Working width = 40 ft (12 m). Distance covered = 500 ft (152 m). Remainder of fertilizer = 52 lb. Output = 43,560 x (150-52) 40 x 500 = 213 lbs/acre

If the effective output differs very much from the value listed in the chart, this may be due to any of the following causes: - large difference between the fertilizer applied and the material for which the chart is applicable; - incorrect adjustment of the feedring assembly; - non-compliance with the forward speed and / or PTO rpm on which the output rate adjustment is based; - clogging of feedring openings (example lumps or clods in the fertilizer).

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5.5 Powdery fertilizers


For spreading powdery fertilizers (lime): the broadcaster should be tilted backwards (away from tractor) as far as practical. As a result the material will not throw as far and reduces air born material. Reduce the PTO speed below or at 425 rpm. It is recommended to use the mass feedring. The use of an agitator base - A (fig. 22) should effect a regular flow of powdery fertilizer. If an agitator is used, the hopper should not be filled until spreading is actually started. This can increase your application rate by 10%. Never run the spreader with a completely empty hopper. Refill when agitator becomes noisy. Put rubber hose tips at end of tines to reduce wear and noise. Agitator The spreader models H and L1250 can be fitted with an agitator B (fig. 22) if the flow of fertilizer is not running smoothly. Also use with damp or lumpy materials to ensure a uniform feed. Attention! Agitators should not be fitted in L1500 and L2010 models. These machines are less suited to the application of powdery fertilizers. The agitator base after removal of tines, however, can be used. Never spread granular fertilizer with an agitator.
A B

5.6 Slags
Slags can be spread effectively if they are mixed with 6% water (6 quarts of water for 220 lbs of slags) prior to spreading. The agitator B (fig. 22) will produce a mixture if water is added to each hopper load. Start spreading immediately after the hopper has been filled with slags and water. When adding water, make sure that it does not reach the walls of the hopper. The sides must be kept dry. In addition to the above, see "5.5. Powdery fertilizers" for the application of slag.

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5.7 Seeds
Lely spreaders can also be used for the application of seeds. For spreading small seeds, a special small seed feedring is available. The Calibration Table for Cereal & Seed (page 18) provides output for various types of seeds. NOTE: Certain types of material (e.g. very fine fertilizers, turf or rice) may force their way to the spinner disc through the space between the hopper neck and the feedring assembly. This type of spillage can be avoided by fitting a length of self adhesive foam insulation on the hopper neck above the feedring.

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6 MAINTENANCE
Proper machine servicing is necessary to maintain reliable and safe working conditions.

6.1 Maintenance after operation


Maintenance has to be carried out: at the start of the spreading season; before prolonged storage of the machine; when the machine is used extensively during the season; to prolong the lifetime of the machine.

Ejector disc drive shaft. Lubricate bearing daily and prior to storage with tractor grease.

- Clear the hopper of fertilizer residue, if any. - After jet-cleaning the machine thoroughly, allow rotation of the spinner disc for a while to ensure that water is swept away. Take care that nobody is in the danger zone! - Grease the machine with a rust preventive. - Check the condition of the spinner discs and spoons. Damaged or worn spinner discs and/or spoons may affect the spreading pattern. Replace if worn.
Ejector disc drive shaft. P.T.O. Shaft Lubricate daily and prior to storage with tractor grease.

Oil Level Check daily that oil is level with the filler plug when the ejector disc is horizontal. Drain annually and refill with 1 pint SAE 80W-90 gear oil.

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- When fitting spoons, tighten the bolts with a torque of 11 ft-lb as a maximum. - Check the oil level of the gear box frequently. Please refer to "6.3 Change of oil". - Check if the PTO shaft telescopes smoothly. A damaged PTO shaft may cause excessive wear and tear to the machine and tractor. If an agitator is used, it should be cleaned daily upon completion of the operation. Remove the agitator from its shaft and grease it.

Lubricate bearing daily and prior to storage with tractor grease.

6.2 Lubrication
- PTO shaft and profile tubes to be greased every 8 working hours by the grease nipples on the cross assemblies and protection tubes (fig. 24). - Grease the spring-loaded locking pins of the yoke lock of the PTO shaft. - When operations are completed in wintertime, grease the protection tubes of the PTO shaft in order to avoid blockage through freezing.

24

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6.3 Change of oil


- The oil in the gearbox should be changed every 2 years or if the machine is used intensively every year. The oil content of the gearbox is approx. 1 pint 9 (.5 qt). - When the machine/gearbox is kept in a horizontal position, the oil level should be exactly up to the bottom side of the hole for the filling plug (fig. 25). - For changing/filling, 80W-90 (non foam, non detergent) gear oil should be used or another type of oil meeting the specification.

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6.4 Safety Decals


- Check the presence and condition of all safety decals (fig. 26/27).
A B H

B L1250

A A

C L1500/L2010

26
B

27

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Supplement A
CONDENSED INSTRUCTIONS
Study the instruction manual carefully before operating spreader. - Select the required working width, forward speed and output/acre. Consult the output chart for the corresponding adjustment of the feedring assembly (fig. 28). When working at a width not listed in the table, the "setting value" should be used. If you increase the PTO speed the spreading width increases accordingly. CAUTION: NEVER EXCEED PTO SPEED OF 540 RPM. When working with a double overlap: adjust at half the output rate required. For side/headland spreading: adjust at 40% of the required (fullfield) output. - Adjust the spinner disc in a horizontal position, at a distance of 20 (50 cm) (fig. 29) over the ground/turf/crop level. For the application of powdery fertilizers, tilt spreader backwards away from tractor. - The position of the feedring assembly (fork position) in respect to the machine determines the position of the spreading pattern behind the spreader (fig. 30). - Move the arm/fork to a hole that centralizes your spread pattern. - By moving the fork position clockwise, the spreading pattern will move to the left seen from the direction of travel. - For side/headland spreading move clockwise to the 5 far side holes (fig 31). - A general rule of thumb is: the coarser the fertilizer material, the higher the position number of the fork. 30
24 23 22 21 20 V IV ------ lime & slags III ------ potash 40% II grains/large I ----Central Spreading
16 20 40 Working width = 3/4 the overall width of spread. Average working widths with a P.T.O speed of 425 rpm: Wet slags abt 16 ft. (5 m) Potash 40% abt 20 ft. (6 m) Granular fert. abt 40 ft. (12 m)

28

20

29

Side Spreading

Grains/Rice

granulars/small/fine

31

31

Supplement B
CONDENSED APPLICATION RATES

CONDENSED OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS ** STANDARD FEEDRING** FOR COMPLETE INFORMATION SEE YOUR OPERATORS MANUAL CHECK OIL LEVEL IN GEARBOX (SAE 90) POSITION MACHINE AT CORRECT HEIGHT BEFORE COUPLING P.T.O. SHAFT (EJECTOR DISC 20 INCHES OR 50 CM ABOVE GROUND) BASIC CALIBRATION (Central spreading) LBS/Acre Spreading width = 52 ft. Working Width = 40 ft.

INSTRUCCIONES DE FUNCIONAMIENTO RESUMIDAS **ALIMENTACIN NORMAL** EL MANUAL DEL USUARIO CONTIENE LA INFORMACIN COMPLETA. REVISE EL NIVEL DE ACEITE EN LA CAJA DE ENGRANAJES (SAE90) COLOQUE LA MQUINA A LA ALTURA CORRECTA ANTES DE ACOPLAR EL EJE DE TOMA DE POTENCIA (DISCO EYECTOR 50 cm o 20 pulg. SOBRE EL SUELO) CALIBRACIN BSICA (Distribucin central) libras/acre Ancho de distribucin = 16 m Ancho de trabajo = 12 m

DANGER: Maximum PTO speed is 540 R.P.M. Operate in range between 425 & 540 R.P.M. PELIGRO: La mxima velocidad de la toma de potencia es 540 rpm. Haga funcionar el equipo entre 425 y 540 rpm
Forward MPH Speed Velocidad de avance (millas/h) Position of calibration scale. Posicin de la escala de calibracin

Granulars (Large) Granulares (grandes) Coarse (Gruesos) Position Feedring 10 15 Coloque el anillo de alimentacin en 10 15 Quantity in lbs/acre Cantidad en libras/acre

Granulars (Small) Granulares (pequeos) Fine (Finos) Position Feedring 10 15 Coloque el anillo de alimentacin en 10 15 Quantity in lbs/acre

Potash non-granular Potasa no granular Spread = 26, Work = 20 Position Feedring 7 9 Quantity in lbs/acre

Lime and slags Cal y escorias Spread = 21, Work = 16 Position Feedring 4 6 Quantity in lbs/acre

3 6 9

70 258 506

45 155 303

23 86 169

100 423 735

60 254 441

33 141 245

45 178 464

27 107 280

15 59 155

187 482 857

112 289 514

62 161 286

NOTE: 1. USE THE AGITATOR FOR WET AND LUMPY MATERIALS ONLY. MIX SLAGS WITH SOME WATER PRIOR TO SPREADING. 2. THE SECTIONS I-V HAVE 3 ADJUSTMENT HOLES EACH IN ORDER TO OBTAIN A SPREADING PATTERN AS REGULAR AS POSSIBLE OR CENTRAL. 3. QUANTITIES LISTED ARE APPROXIMATE. EFFECTIVE OUTPUT MAY DIFFER. 4. FOR COMPLETE INFORMATION SEE YOUR OPERATORS MANUAL.

NOTA: 1. UTILICE EL AGITADOR NICAMENTE PARA MATERIALES MOJADOS Y GRUMOSOS. MEZCLE LAS ESCORIAS CON ALGO DE AGUA ANTES DE ESPARCIRLAS. 2. LAS SECCIONES I-V TIENEN CADA UNA 3 ORIFICIOS DE AJUSTE A FIN DE LOGRAR UN PATRN DE DISTRIBUCIN TAN REGULAR O CENTRAL COMO SEA POSIBLE. 3. LAS CANTIDADES QUE APARECEN SON APROXIMADAS. LA SALIDA REAL PODRA SER DIFERENTE. 4. EL MANUAL DEL USUARIO CONTIENE LA INFORMACIN COMPLETA.

24 23 22 21 20 Central Spreading Distribucin Central V IV ------ lime & slags (cal y escorias) III ------ potash 40% (potasa) II grains/large I ----- (granos/grandes)

Calibration Scale Escala De Calibracin

Side Spreading Distribucin Lateral Grains/Rice Granos/Arroz

granulars/small/fine (pequeos/finos)

CAUTION: STOP THE PTO AND EJECTOR DISC BEFORE LEAVING THE TRACTOR OR VEHICLE TO CHANGE ANY SETTINGS OR FILLING THE SPREADER. KEEP CLEAR OF MOVING PARTS.

PRECAUCIN! PARA EL PTO DISCO DE EJECTOR ANTES SOUIR EL TRACTOR O VEHICULO DECAMBIAR CUALQUIER ESCENARIOS O LLENAR EL ESPARCIDOR. MANTENGASE ALEJADO DE LAS PIEZAS MOVILES.

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Supplement C
OPTIONS Feedring assemblies
The spreader is supplied with a remote control Standard feedring assembly, controlled from the tractor cab by means of a rope. A Standard Hydraulic feedring assembly is available as an option. It lets the operator open and close the feedring using a switch connected to the tractors hydraulic system. If fine seeds need to be spread, a Small Seed Feedring assembly can be used. This device has small output openings. For the application of large quantities per acre or powdery fertilizer (lime), a Mass feedring assembly is available. For sand/salt applications it can be fitted with a sand/salt ejector disc featuring short spoons. When fitted with these attachments, the machine can spread sand and/or salt on snow or ice covered parking lots, sidewalks or roads.

Mesh Grid Screens


Screens are available for all H & L spreaders. The screen prohibits solid masses of material from entering the feedring area. Blockage of the feedring assembly or an irregular flow of fertilizer is avoided.

Agitators
In the spreader models H and L1250, an agitator can be fitted on the bottom disc to promote the flow of powdery fertilizer. Also use for the application of slags, lime or sand. Never use an agitator with granular fertilizer.

Trailed L Carrier
The models L1500 and L2010 can be fitted on a carriage, so that a 3 point, PTO driven spreader turns into a trailed machine. The risk of soil structure damage is greatly reduced.

Hopper Extension
The capacity of the hopper of the model H can be increased by 200 lbs by fitting a hopper extension.

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Supplement D
Technical Details

H Hopper capacity (cu.ft.) incl. hopper extension Width x length (in x in) 11.5 cu. ft. 15.9 cu. ft. 51 x 38 36 42 310

L1250 19.4 63 x 47 52 382

L1500 24.7 79 x 50 41 444

L2010 31.8 79 x 55 44 464

Filling height (in) incl. hopper extension Weight PTO speed Working width Linkage Control Oil of drive (lb) (max. 540 rpm)

425 to 540 rpm (16 - 40 ft) depending on the type of fertilizer and PTO speed Categories I & II (optional) mechanical or hydraulic SAE 80 W 90 (non foam, non detergent) Contents: 1 pint (.5 QT)

All details are without engagement and may be altered without prior notice.

Ejector disc drive shaft. Lubricate bearing daily and prior to storage with tractor grease.

Parts 1
Type Number As From Serial Number

Transmission + ejector disc

Frame & hopper H

Frame + hopper L1250

Frame & hopper L1500/2010

Decals

Agitator

Agitator for powdery fertilizer

On/off devices

7-12

Parts 2
Type Number H L1250 L1500 L2010 2.3201.0000.1 2.3205.0000.1 2.3205.9000.1 2.3215.0002.1 2.3216.0001.1 As From Serial Number ALL

REF. 001 002 003 004 005 006 007 008 009 010 011 012 013 014 015 016 017 018 019 020

Part Number 2.3201.0020.0 2.3201.0040.0 2.3201.0030.0 9.1042.0009.2 9.1001.0082.4 9.1001.0083.5 2.3201.0023.8 2.3201.0024.0 9.1030.0013.4 9.1113.0125.5 2.3201.0022.0 9.1120.0004.3 2.3201.0021.0 9.1070.0008.0 9.1029.0008.0 9.1117.0001.3 9.1113.0056.6 9.1131.0004.6 9.1068.0001.3 9.1171.0044.6

Quantity 1 1 1 2 3 1 1 2 2 2 1 1 1 2 4 4 2 1 1 (0.5L)

REF. 025 026 027 028 029 030 031 032 033 034 097 55x2.00 DIN 472 098 A8x7x30 DIN 6885 M12 DIN 934-8 13 DIN 463 M12x55 DIN 931-8.8 3/8 1/8 0.7L ESSO GP80W90 099

Part Number 2.3205.0047.0 9.1066.0016.6 9.1161.0021.0 9.1113.0265.5 2.3205.0207.0 2.3205.0209.0 9.1058.0036.6 9.1051.0007.5 9.1030.0020.4 2.3205.0208.0 2.3205.0099.0 2.3205.0207.2 2.3201.0010.0

Quantity 1 1 1 3 1 6 12 12 12 1 (1) 1 1 Ejector dics (complete) =REF. 001-020

77-95 M12x20 DIN 933-8.8

35x55x08 CB 6006 C3 6006 Z C3

M12 DIN 985-8 M12x35 DIN 933-8.8

M8x16 DIN 603-8.8 A8.5 DIN 6798 M8 DIN 985-A2-2

Parts 3
Type Number HR 2.3201.0000.1 As From Serial Number ALL

REF. 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 141 142 143 144 145

Part Number 2.3201.0050.0 9.1029.0017.2 2.3201.0202.0 2.3201.0200.0 9.1113.0064.0 2.3201.0201.0 9.1029.0008.0 9.1121.0015.6 9.1088.0005.1 9.1123.0002.5 2.3205.0018.0 2.3205.0014.0 2.3205.0013.0 9.1070.0024.3 9.1070.0024.3 2.3205.0015.0 2.3205.0011.0 2.3205.0017.0 2.3205.0016.0 9.1072.0004.2 2.3201.0220.0 9.1108.0085.6 2.3201.0230.0 9.1113.0187.4 9.1048.0059.4

Quantity 1 2 2 2 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 4 1 2 2 (= REF 097) M24x1.5 DIN 934-8

REF. 146 147 148 149 151 152 153 154

Part Number 9.1030.0022.6 9.1113.0202.5 9.1030.0023.0 9.1113.0191.1 2.3201.0120.0 9.1105.0006.6 9.1170.0149.0 2.3201.2000.0

Quantity 2 2 3 1 1 2 1 (1) M10 DIN 985-A2-2 M12x40 DIN 933-8.8 M12 DIN 985-A2-2 M12x30 DIN 933-8.8

M12x90 DIN 931-8.8

M12 DIN 934-8 A24 DIN 127 25-95 11

300 L ( REF. 171) W & H & L1250 Screen = REF. 141-149 = REF. 125-134 Hopper Latch

198 199 5x60 DIN 1481

2.3201.0210.0 2.3205.0010.0

1 1

32 M10x30 DIN 933-8.8 A10.5 DIN 125

Parts 4
Type Number L1250 L1250 2.3205.0000.1 2.3205.9000.1 As From Serial Number ALL ALL

REF. 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134

Part Number 2.3205.0170.0 2.3205.0096.0 9.1113.0305.3 9.1030.0022.6 2.3201.0201.0 9.1113.0064.0 9.1030.0013.4 2.3205.0043.0 2.3205.0040.0 9.1070.0018.4 9.1088.0005.1 9.1123.0002.5 2.3205.0145.0 2.3205.0059.0 2.3205.0018.0 2.3205.0014.0 2.3205.0013.0 9.1070.0015.1 9.1070.0024.3 2.3205.0015.0 2.3205.0015.0 2.3205.0016.0 2.3205.0017.0 9.1072.0004.2

Quantity 1 2 2 6 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 (= RED 097) M10x65 DIN 931-8.8 M10 DIN 985-A2-2

REF. 141 142 143 144 145 151 152 153 154 157 158

Part Number 2.3205..0290.0 9.1108.0085.6 9.1113.0187.4 9.1048.0051.3 9.1030.0022.6 2.3205.0001.0 2.3205.0001.0 2.3205.0220.0 9.1113.0183.0 9.1170.0150.1 2.3201.2000.0

Quantity 1 2 4 4 4 1 1 1 4 2 (1)

32 M10x30 DIN 933-8.8 A10.5 DIN 125 M10 DIN 985-A2-2

M12x90 DIN 931-8.8 M12 DIN 985-8

M10x25 DIN 933-8.8 550 L ( = REF 171) W & H & L1250 Screen = REF 141-145 = REF 125-134 Hopper Latch

6x40 DIN 1481 25-95 11 2 mm 5 mm

198 199

2.3205.0280.0 2.3205.0010.0

1 1

5x60 DIN 1481 8x60 DIN 1481

4x30 DIN 94

Parts 5
Type Number L1500 L2010 2.3215.0002.1 2.3216.0001.1 As From Serial Number ALL ALL

REF. 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122

Part Number 2.3215.0022.0 2.3215.1492.0 9.1123.0002.5 9.1113.0186.3 2.3216.1496.0 9.1030.0020.4 2.3216.1498.0 9.1048.0077.1 9.1051.0012.3 9.1030.0034.4 9.1088.0005.1 9.1048.0094.4 2.3216.1495.0 9.1108.0026.2 2.3215.1497.0 2.3215.1496.0 2.3215.1493.0 2.3215.1491.0 9.1030.0023.0 9.1113.0207.3 9.1048.0076.0 9.1070.0061.5 2.3215.1490.0

Quantity 1 2 3 8 2 8 2 2 2 1 1 2 2 4 4 4 2 1 ( = REF 097) 11 M8 DIN 933-8.8

REF. 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 151 152 153

Part Number 2.3215.0120.0 2.3215.0127.0 9.1113.0305.3 9.1030.0022.6 2.3215.0140.0 9.1137.0927.6 9.1113.0182.6 9.1030.0020.4 2.3215.0071.0 2.3216.0091.0 9.1105.0006.6 9.1170.0151.2 9.1170.0152.3 2.3215.2000.0

Quantity 1 2 4 4 1 1 2 2 1 1 2 2 2 (1)

M10x65 DIN 931-8.8 M10 DIN 985-A2-2

M8 DIN 985-A2-2 A17 DIN125 A16.5 DIN 985-A2-2 M16 DIN 985-A2-2 25-95 A28 DIN 125 60x40

M8x25 DIN 933-8.8 M8 DIN 985-A2-2 L1500 L2010 L1500/700L ( = REF 171) L2010/900 L L1500 & L2010 Screen = REF 141-148

154 2mm 5 mm 10 mm M12 DIN 985-A2-2 M12x45 DIN 931-8.8 14 DIN 126 8x40 DIN 1481

198

2.3215.0130.0

Parts 6
Type Number H L1250 L1500 L2010 2.3201.0000.1 2.3205.0000.1 2.3205.9000.1 2.3215.0002.1 2.3216.0001.1 As From Serial Number ALL ALL ALL ALL ALL

REF. 171

Part Number 9.1170.0149.0 9.1170.0150.1 9.1170.0151.2 9.1170.0152.3 9.1170.0081.2 9.1170.0058.0 9.1170.0059.1 9.1170.0069.4 9.1170.0124.3 9.1170.0052.1 9.1170.0003.1 9.1170.0001.6 9.1170.0022.6 9.1170.0050.6 9.1170.0060.2 9.1170.0051.0

Quantity 1 1 1 1 (1) 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 LELY LELY 1250 1500 2010 LELY H & L1250 L1500 & L2010 300 L 550 L 700L 900 L INSTR INSTR INSTR W&H L1250 L1500 L2010 W H & L1250 L1500 & L2010

REF. 197

Part Number 2.3205.1999.0

Quantity 1 = REF 172-178 W & H & L1250 = REF 172-178 L1500 & L2010

197

2.3215.1999.0

172

173 174 175 176

177

178

Parts 7
Type Number H L1250 L1250 2.3205.9000.1 2.3205.0000.1 2.3205.9000.1 As From Serial Number ALL ALL ALL

REF. 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 209 210 298

Part Number 9.1113.0124.4 9.1124.0001.3 2.3201.0468.0 2.3201.0490.0 2.3201.0491.0 2.3201.0492.0 9.1029.0002.1 2.3201.0480.0 2.3201.0469.0 2.3201.0470.0 2.3201.0460.0

Quantity 4 1 1 2 1 8 4 1 1 1 1 M6x25 DIN 933-8.8 5

REF. 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 209 210 211 212 213 299

Part Number 9.1124.0001.3 2.3201.0468.0 2.3201.0490.0 2.3201.0491.0 2.3201.0492.0 9.1029.0002.1 2.3201.0480.0 2.3201.0470.0 2.3201.0470.0 2.3201.2138.0 2.3201.2139.0 9.1113.0007.6 2.3201.2130.0

Quantity 1 1 2 1 8 4 1 1 1 4 1 4 1 5

M6 DIN 934-8

M6 DIN 934-8

= REF 201-210 Agitator

M6x35 DIN 931-8.8 = REF 202-213 Agitator for powdery fertilizer

Parts 8
Type Number H L1250 L1500 L2010 2.3201.0000.1 2.3205.9000.1 2.3215.0002.1 2.3216.0001.1 As From Serial Number ALL ALL ALL ALL

STANDARD FEEDRING

REF. 301 302 303 304 305 306 307 308 309 310 311 312 313 314 315 316 317 318 319 320 321 322 323 324 325 326 327

Part Number 2.3201.0328.0 1.1655.0658.0 2.3201.0380.0 2.3201.0326.0 9.1113.0054.4 2.3201.0341.0 9.1030.0013.4 9.1062.0005.6 9.1048.0009.3 2.3201.0324.0 2.3201.0320.0 9.1119.0014.6 9.1048.0004.5 9.1030.0012.3 2.3201.0323.0 2.3201.0370.0 2.3201.0350.0 9.1113.0033.4 9.1048.0007.1 9.1030.0004.2 2.3201.0325.0 2.3201.0321.0 2.3201.0322.0 2.3201.0329.0 9.1071.0004.2 9.1072.0003.1 2.3201.0270.0

Quantity 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 3 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 2 2 2 1 2750 mm (1m = 9.1163.0004.2)

REF. 328 329 330 331 332 333 334 335 336 337 338 339 398 399 M10x45 DUB 931-8.8 10 DIN 125 M10 DIN 985-8

Part Number 2.3201.0300.0 2.3201.0299.0 9.1060.0010.6 9.1121.0008.6 9.1029.0002.1 9.1029.0005.4 9.1121.0004.2 9.1048.0007.1 2.3201.0260.0 2.3201.0261.0 9.1058.0013.4 9.1058.0022.6 2.3201.0290.8 2.3201.0250.0

Quantity 1 1 3 3 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1

M12x45 DIN 931-8.8 M12 DIN 985-8 M10x30 DIN 316-G+4.6 A11.5 DIN 7989

AM DIN 127 A6 DIN 127 M6 DIN 934-8 M10 DIN 934-8 A10 DIN 127 10.5 DIN 125

M8x20 DIN 933-8.8 A8.4 DIN 125 M8 DIN 985-8

M10x30 DIN 603 M8x25 DIN 603 =REF 328-332 = REF 301-339 (Standard) On/Off device

4x30 DIN 94 4x20 DIN 94

Parts 9
Type Number H L1250 L1500 L2010 2.3201.0000.1 2.3205.0000.1 2.3205.9000.1 2.3215.0002.1 2.3216.0001.1 As From Serial Number ALL ALL ALL ALL ALL

SMALL SEED FEEDRING

REF. 301 302 303 304 305 306 307 308 309 310 311 312 313 314 315 316 317 318 319 320 321 322 323 324 325 326 327

Part Number 2.3201.0328.0 1.1655.0658.0 2.3201.0380.0 2.3201.0326.0 9.1113.0054.4 2.3201.0341.0 9.1030.0013.4 9.1062.0005.6 9.1048.0009.3 2.3201.0324.0 2.3201.0320.0 3.1113.0014.6 9.1048.0004.5 9.10290004.3 2.3201.0323.0 2.3201.0370.0 2.3201.0350.0 9.1131.0033.4 9.1048.0007.1 9.1030.0004.2 2.3201.0325.0 2.3201.0321.0 2.3201.0322.0 2.3201.0327.0 9.1072.0004.2 9.1072.0003.1 2.3201.2210.1

Quantity 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 2750 mm (1m=9.1163.0004.2)

REF. 399

Part Number 2.3201.2210.0

Quantity 2 = REF 301-327 On/Off Device (small seed)

M12x45 DIN 931-8.8 M12 DIN 985-8 M10x30 DIN 316-G-4.6 A11.5 DIN 7989

M8x20 DIN 933-8.8 A8.4 DIN 125 M8 DIN 934-8

M10x45 DIN 931-8.8 10 DIN 125 M10 985.8

4x30 DIN 94 4x20 DIN 94 (327=A+B)

Parts 10
Type Number H L1250 L1500 L2010 2.3201.0000.1 2.3205.9000.1 2.3215.0002.1 2.3216.0001.1 As From Serial Number ALL ALL ALL ALL

STANDARD HYDRAULIC

REF. 301 302 303 304 305 306 307 308 309 310 311 312 313 314 315 316 317 318 319 320 321 322 323 324 325 326 327

Part Number 2.3201.2311.0 4.1016.2120.0 2.3201.2350.0 9.1113.0149.1 9.1113.0120.0 2.3201.2380.0 2.3201.2410.0 9.1072.0022.6 9.1062.0005.6 9.1048.0009.3 2.3201.0324.0 2.3201.0320.0 9.1113.0014.6 9.1048.0004.5 9.1030.0012.3 2.3201.0323.0 2.3201.0370.0 2.3201.0370.0 9.1057.0300.5 9.10480007.1 9.1030.0004.2 2.3201.0325.0 2.3201.0321.0 2.3201.0322.0 2.32201.0329.0 9.1072.0004.2 9.1072.0003.1 2.3201.0270.0

Quantity 1 (1) 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 3 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 2 2 3 1 L=1810 mm L=3050 mm M8x35 DIN 931-8.8 M10x30 DIN 933-8.8

REF. 328 329 330 331 332 333 334 335 336 337 338 339 351 352 353 354 355 397 398 399 4x30 DIN 94 4x30 DIN 94

Part Number 2.3201.0300.0 2.32001.0299.0 9.1060.0010.6 9.1121.0008.6 9.1029.0002.3.1 9.1029.0005.4 9.1121.0004.2 9.1048.0007.1 2.3201.0260.0 2.3201.0261.0 9.1058.0013.4 9.1058.0022.6 9.11370401.5 9.1137.0603.4 9.1137.0402.6 9.1137.0302.4 9.1137.0303.5 2.3201.2312.8 2.3201.0290.8 2.3201.2300.0

Quantity 1 1 3 3 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

M6x20 DIN 63-A A6 DIN 127 M6 DIN 934-8 M10 DIN 934-8 A10 DIN 127 A10.5 DIN 125

2x12 DIN 94 A11.5 DIN 7989 A11.5 DIN 7989

M10x30 DIN 603 M8x25 DIN 603 14x20x1.5 Cu 1/2-1?4 22x29x1.5 Cu 1/2 G 1/2 PVC = REF 351-355 = REF 328-332 = REF 301-355 Hydraulic On/Off device

M8x20 DIN 933-8.8 A8.4 DIN 125 M8 DIN 985-8

M10x60 DIN 7991-8.8 A10.5 DIN 125 M10 DIN 985-8

Parts 11
Type Number H L1250 L1500 L2010 2.3201.0000.1 2.3205.9000.1 2.3215.0002.1 2.3216.0001.1 As From Serial Number ALL ALL ALL ALL

MASS FEEDRING

REF. 401 402 403 404 405 406 407 408 409 410 411 412 413 414 415 416 417 418 419 420 421 422 423 424 425

Part Number 2.3201.0328.0 1.1655.0658.0 2.3201.0380.0 2.3201.0325.0 9.1113.0054.4 2.3201.0341.0 9.1030.0013.4 9.1062.0005.6 9.1048.0009.3 2.3201.0324.0 2.3201.0320.0 9.1113.0014.6 9.1048.0004.5 9.1030.0012.3 2.3201.0323.0 2.3201.2190.0 2.3201.0650.0 9.1113.0132.5 9.1048.0007.1 9.1030.0004.2 2.3201.0325.0 2.3201.0321.0 2.32201.0322.0 2.3201.2156.0 9.1072.0004.2

Quantity 1 1 1 2 1 1 4 1 1 1 1 1 3 3 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 2 2 2750 mm (1m = 9.1163.0004.2)

REF. 426 427 428 429 430 431 432 433 434 435 436 437 438 439 440 498 M10x50 DIN 931-8.8 M10.5 DIN 125 M10 DIN 985-8 499

Part Number 9.1072.0003.1 2.3201.2160.0 2.3201.2180.0 2.3201.2179.0 9.1060.0010.6 9.1121.0008.6 9.10290002.1 9.10290005.4 9.1121.0004.2 9.1048.0007.1 2.3201.0260.0 2.3201.0261.0 9.1058.0013.4 2.3201.2178.0 9.1058.0022.6 2.3201.2158.0 2.3201.2150.0

Quantity 2 1 1 1 4 4 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 4x20 DIN 94

M12x45 DIN 985-8

AM6X20 DIN 63-5.8 A6 DIN 127 M6 DIN 934-8 M10 DIN 934-8 A10 DIN 127 A10.5 DIN 125

m12 DIN 985-8 M10x30 DIN 316-G-4.6 A11.5 DIN 7989

M8x20 DIN 933-8.8 A8.4 DIN 125 M8 DIN 985-8

M10x30 DIN 603 M8x25 DIN 603 = REF 425-439 = REF 401-440 On/off device for big output

4x30 DIN 94

Parts 12
Type Number H L1250 L1500 L2010 2.3201.0000.1 2.3205.9000.1 2.3215.0002.1 2.3216.0001.1 As From Serial Number ALL ALL ALL ALL

REF. 1

Part Number 9.1154.0011.4

Quantity 1 W2102-SD05-710 = REF 11-93 SDH05 550 mm SDH05 550 mm 1.3/8 (6) AGRASET 101

4 5 11 12 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 51 52 53 54 55 91 92 93

85.005 85.004 10.10.00 33.91.07 10.01.00 63.27.00 10.48.00 9.1070.0023.2 75.06.15 75.12.15 10.49.00 85.05.05 60.15.00 83.10.03 83.09.01 82.36.03 16.61.175 38.33.33 38.33.34

1 1 2 2 2 2 1 2 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1

MB8x1 RG2100-00a 8x50 DIN 1481 00a; L= 620 mm 0a;L = 605 mm RG2100-0a n=5 4x10